Dublin, September, 2018. The Cuban delegation in a working visit to Ireland, made up of officials from the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Investment, as well as the National Office of Statistics and Information, was received by Executives of the General Division of Commerce and of the Americas in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Dublin, September, 2018. As part of its study program en Dublin, the Cuban Delegation from the Ministry of Foreign Trade and the National Bureau of Statistics of Cuba had the opportunity to visit the headquarters of the Irish Parliament, installed in an emblematic building in the capital, closely linked to the history of this young republic.
Dublin, September, 2018. The Cuban delegation of the Ministry of Foreign Trade and the National Bureau of Statistics of Cuba on a working visit in Ireland held an exchange with the entity "Marketing English in Ireland", during the meeting the visitor realized the potential of this institution in the preparation of foreign students for learning English as a foreign language.
Dublin. September, 2018. From 11 to 15 September, a delegation of Cuban officials visits the Irish capital, as part of a study visit sponsored by the Cuba-European Union Expert Program, to search about experiences of this country in the export of services and its statistical capture. The delegation consists of officials from the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Investment (MINCEX) and the National Bureau of Statistics of Cuba (ONEI) and has been accompanied by Ambassador Hugo René Ramos Milanés.
A pretext is all that is needed to start a conflict, something with which the United States has experience, from the Spanish-American War, to Vietnam, Iraq… but its latest efforts to vilify Cuba are unique.
Last year, the U.S. asserted that its diplomatic personnel in Cuba had been affected by “sonic attacks,” an accusation that has been developed in the media in an attempt to justify launching a Cold War.